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Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge

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Visitors gathering at Refuge headquarters
Photo: Nat Baker

Be sure to stop by Browns Park NWR the next time you're in Northwest Colorado. Located in a remote valley between Diamond and Cold Springs mountains, the Refuge provides visitors with a multitude of recreational opportunities as well as unmatched solitude.

Due to the remote nature of the Refuge, visitors are encouraged to bring extra supplies including water, food, and fuel in case of emergency. Cell phone coverage is sporadic at best in this area and should not be counted on in times of emergency. If you are planning on being in this area for an extended time, Refuge staff suggest notifying a friend or family member of your location in case you need to be contacted in an emergency.

The Refuge contains handicap accessible facilities at Hog Lake hunting blind and fishing pier; and at the Spitzie overlook.

Last updated: April 8, 2011

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Browns Park NWR
1318 Hwy 318
Maybell, CO 81640
(970) 365-3613
brownspark@fws.gov

   

 

Browns Park NWR • 1318 Highway 318
Maybell, CO 81640 • 970.365.3613
brownspark@fws.gov

America's National Wildlife Refuges . . .
where wildlife comes naturally!